Bright Lights is a nonprofit organization that takes learning beyond the classroom by providing youth with unique, motivating, hands-on learning opportunities.
The holidays are just around the corner and so is the Bright Lights holiday book fair at Barnes & Noble!
Jody Olsson, Olsson Family Foundation executive director, Bright Lights board member and parent to four former Bright Lights students, shares the connections of the Foundation and the importance of being a long-term donor to our program.
Bright Lights is for all students. It is not a program solely for identified gifted or high ability students. In fact, the beauty of Bright Lights classes is that curiosity is all that’s really needed to make a child a good candidate for attending one of our classes or camps.
Bright Lights' diverse, quality, summer learning opportunities are the result of your continued support and dedication to keeping this experience for our community strong! Special thanks to our October donors, including our in-kind donors, for your gift of education, including:
Becky and Gale Breed | Firespring | Mark and Deanna Hutchins | Jim and Penny Krieger Family Foundation | Lincoln Industries
Pam and Wayne Magdanz | Kelly McKay | Matt Munger | Olsson Family Foundation | Raising Cane's | Brian and Laura Runge
James C. and Rhonda S. Seacrest Foundation | Dottie and Bob Shapiro | James Stuart III Family Foundation | Sutton Dermatology
Jamie and Kimberly Tallman | United Way
If your name has been inadvertently omitted from this list, please accept our apologies along with our sincere thanks for your assistance.
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